This award is intended to promote increased involvement by African-Americans
and other under-represented students (Native Americans and Latinos) in
international affairs. The award is based upon academic performance and a
demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in public service, preferably in
the international arena (e.g., participation in ROTC, government or
international NGO internship, etc.). The award includes a check for $1,000.
All INTA students (including joint majors) are invited to apply.
Selection will be made by a committee consisting of faculty members of the
Nunn School of International Affairs and representatives of the program
supporters. Students may be nominated by faculty or staff and
self-nominations are welcome.
The awards will be presented at this year¹s Georgia Tech¹s Annual Honors Day
1. A résumé that includes overall GPA and GPA in the major, organizational
affiliations, community service activities, etc.
2. A concise one-page cover letter that comments on your career goals, as
they are related to the award¹s description.
Please submit your application materials, preferably in an electronic
format, by noon on Friday, February 13th to:
Tony Gallego, Program Coordinator I
Room 155, Habersham Building
Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
781 Marietta Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-1601